Melania Trump’s Controversial Fashion Choice

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“Today’s visit w the children in Texas impacted @FLOTUS greatly. If media would spend their time & energy on her actions & efforts to help kids – rather than speculate & focus on her wardrobe – we could get so much accomplished on behalf of children. #SheCares #ItsJustAJacket,” tweeted Melania Trump’s spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham.

Melania Trump boarded a plane to head to McAllen, Texas, for a surprise visit to the family separation crisis at the southern border. Trump was spotted wearing a coat with these words on the back: “I really don’t care. Do U?”

Unlike Grisham, President Trump didn’t believe it was just a jacket. He tweeted,”‘I REALLY DON’T CARE, DO U?’ written on the back of Melania’s jacket, refers to the Fake News Media. Melania has learned how dishonest they are, and she truly no longer cares!”

It seems quite unlikely that Trump would choose to throw on such a controversial jacket to a visit like this.

According to a 2018 New York Times report, this is true especially because this time around Mrs. Trump chose to wear something from the mass market brand Zara — Zara! — instead of her usual Dolce & Gabbana or Ralph Lauren. This is a first lady, after all, who decided to wear a $1,380 Balmain plaid shirt during a White House gardening initiative. She is not a high/low dresser in public — or has never been since the election. She’s been all high seemingly all the time.

This controversial fashion choice has caught the attention of many news outlets.

According to a 2018 CNN report, There simply aren’t coincidences like this in politics. Particularly in a situation like this one with this first lady. Melania Trump knew her surprise visit to the border would draw massive amounts of media attention. Given that, wouldn’t you think she and her staff would be even more attentive to which signals she was sending? Of course you would think that. Because it’s the only conclusion that a) makes any sense and b) comports with what we know about the first lady and her staff. In politics, as in life, the obvious answer is almost always the right one.

I tend to focus my attention outwards and am drawn to the external world of action. I learn a lot about the world through experience. Focusing on what I have seen, heard, or touched, gives me the ability to develop a practical and realistic outlook on the world. Making decisions based on impersonal criteria like principles and logic is very important to me.I accept responsibility for my actions. When I succeed, I accept the satisfaction of the achievement, and if I do fail at something, I learn from it and do better next time. I feel confident in my abilities and am accepting of myself. I have good time management skills. I am able to fit the most important things in life into my schedule. I have a strong sense of goal commitment.

  • Leonardo Andrés López Carreño

    It’s almost comical to see how President Trump desperately tries to tie every event he can to his agenda and abusive ideology. I would not be surprised if he didn’t even know that Melania was going to use the jacket.

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